After the Killing Fields: Lessons from the Cambodian Genocide
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2005 - 256 trang
This book details the work of a unique partnership, Yale University's Cambodian Genocide Program, which laid the evidentiary basis for the forthcoming Khmer Rouge tribunal and also played a key role in the international advocacy necessary for the tribunal's creation. It presents the information collected through the Mass Grave Mapping Project of the Documentation Center of Cambodia and reveals that the pattern of killing was relatively uniform throughout the country. Despite regular denial of knowledge of the mass killing among the surviving leadership of the Khmer Rouge, Etcheson demonstrates that they were not only aware of it, but that they personally managed and directed the killing.
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A Desperate Time
After the Peace
Documenting Mass Murder
Terror in the East
Digging in the Killing Fields
The Persistence of Impunity
The Politics of Genocide Justice
Challenging the Culture of Impunity
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